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[K12OSN] IPCop - was RE: Responses to the central office

IPCop is a great firewall solution. I've got three in my district
network, and I know several Illinois tech coordinators are using them in
their district. In almost all cases we're doing firewalling and content
filtering, and in a few cases we're doing campus-to-campus VPN.

Great tool.

Take care,

-----Original Message-----
From: k12osn-bounces redhat com [mailto:k12osn-bounces redhat com] On
Behalf Of Rob Owens
Sent: Saturday, October 28, 2006 5:40 PM
To: Support list for open source software in schools.
Subject: RE: [K12OSN] Responses to the central office

--- Mike Oliveri <moliveri rb60 com> wrote:
> > 4. Troubleshooting network problems caused by
> non-managed computers...
> Petre's argument works here -- let him unplug it if he fears it's 
> causing collisions or other problems. If he's running managed 
> switches, it should also be trivial to track down problems or shut off

> connectivity remotely.

And if there is no managed switch, you could install an IPCop firewall
between the LTSP server and the rest of the network.  It's got a web
interface and you can give him the admin password for it.  This will
allow him to block traffic to/from your LTSP server as needed.

IPCop is based on Linux, and is free.  I know someone who uses it for
his company's main firewall, and it's running on an old Pentium 2.


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